Bristol Cider Shop and I will be co-hosting another cider-themed supper evening at Bishopston Supper Club on Friday 25th November to demonstrate that cider can be a great alternative to wine when cooking and, matching with, food. I’ll be using some of their cider, perry and cider brandy in the cooking and each course will be accompanied by a carefully selected match from their wide range of products available, all made from 100% real juice by independent artisan producers within 30 miles of Bristol.
The menu will look something like this;
Mulled Brislington Braintwister, leek & Gruyere tartlets
Parsnip and perry soup, sage & onion focaccia – Oliver’s Bottle Conditioned Perry
River Foyle mussels with cider, garlic & thyme – Pip’s Dry Cider
Gloucester Old Spot pork tenderloin, local Blewitts & Somerset Cider Brandy sauce, mashed roots, cavolo nero – Once Upon A Tree Tumpy Ground
Apple tart tatin, Somerset Pomona ice cream – Somerset Pomona
Stinking Bishop – Ross-on-Wye rum barrel perry
Coffee/Lahloo teas and truffles – Somerset Cider Brandy
Arrival from 7.30pm, £40 all-inclusive (£10 deposit to be paid in advance to Bristol Cider Shop and the remaining £30 to be paid on the night).
There should be plenty to drink with the food but please feel free to bring your own drinks as well, if you wish.
To book – call, email or pop in the shop;
- Telephone 0117 3821679
- Email email@example.com
- Bristol Cider Shop, 7 Christmas Steps, Bristol, BS1 5BS